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SoCal Premier League

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SoCal Premier League
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Founded1976; 45 years ago (1976)
CountryUnited States United States
ConfederationCONCACAF
(North American Football Union)
Number of teams33
Domestic cup(s)U.S. Open Cup
(via qualifying tournament & NAC)
National Amateur Cup
(via USASA Region IV)
International cup(s)CONCACAF Champions League
(via U.S. Open Cup)
Websitewww.socalpremier.org

The SoCal Premier League (SoCal Premier) is an amateur men's soccer league in the U.S. state of California affiliated with the United States Adult Soccer Association. First founded in 1976 for teams in Southern California, the league is headquartered in Garden Grove, California and employs promotion and relegation between three levels.[1][2]

Professional affiliation[edit]

On April 2, 2021, the National Independent Soccer Association announced it had entered an amateur league affiliation agreement with SoCal Premier.[3] The deal allowed SoCal to have an active participant on the NISA Alliance Board, earn at least two merit-based spots in the annual NISA Independent Cup tournament, and gives the league closer access to the association's professional teams.

Team list[edit]

List of the participants in the 2021 season:

Division Premier[edit]

  • Chula Vista FC
  • City Legends FC
  • FC FCUK
  • Forza Soccer Academy
  • FC Golden State
  • LA Monster Crew
  • LA Power
  • Lobos FC
  • MAGIA Futbol Academy
  • Olympiacos CA
  • Real Sociedad Royals

Division Major[edit]

Not updated for 2021

  • AC Brea Steua
  • Artesia DES Reserves
  • Claremont FC
  • Hunnover FC
  • Juventus
  • Outbreak SC
  • Real Sociedad Blacksox
  • Corinthians USA Reserves
  • Outbreak SC Reserves

Division First[edit]

Not updated for 2021

  • AC Brea Select
  • Buena Park Plus
  • DSV Danubia
  • FC Freedom
  • Long Beach City FC
  • Morningstar Pumas La Habra
  • OC Lions FC
  • Sporting OC United
  • West Grove FC
  • Northeast Los Angeles FC

References[edit]

  1. "SoCal Premier League". SoCal Premier League. Retrieved January 13, 2018.
  2. "SoCal Premier Soccer League - Founded in 1974". SoCal Premier League. Retrieved January 13, 2018.
  3. "NISA Expands Amateur Affiliations To the Pacific With SoCal Premier". www.nisasoccer.com. Retrieved 2 April 2021.

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